glammy

glammy

(ˈɡlæmɪ)
adj, glammier or glammiest
glamorous
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lt;B Nick Selman led the way with the bat for Glammy at Durham
We are thrilled to finally give glammy chicks a great way to keep their cosmetics more organized," says owner and CEO of Glam Roll-Ups, Sharon Lynn.
When Glamorgan had won the county cricket championship in 1997 we came up with the idea of doing a play called Woah Glammy Glammy.
SUEDE - NIGHT THOUGHTS By and large Suede have stuck to the glammy guitar rock template laid down on their eponymous 1993 debut - but qualitywise they have rarely been found wanting.
A down-to-the-studs renovation includes custom-finished wood floors, an unexpectedly spacious, loft-style family room/media lounge upstairs, and a narrow but lengthy private terrace where she's installed glammy, high-gloss black-and-white marble tiles in a formal checkerboard pattern.
At PS25 they won't break the bank, but will be perfect for a glammy night out.
IT'S a triple glammy as Carol Vorderman poses with TV star Christine Bleakley and soccer ace Robbie Keane's wife Claudine at last night's Daily Mirror Pride of Ireland Awards 2014.
for instance, has partnered with Glamour to highlight the makeup, hair and skin care products in Walgreens' stores that are the recipients of a Glammy, the magazine's readers' choice awards.
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com commenting: "It didn't take long for the powers that be to turn Internet singing sensation Susan Boyle from granny to glammy.
Take your dancers on a flying trip to glammy Las Vegas with a backdrop of signs, resorts, and casino elements that work for routines in several genres.
Whether she's a bag lady, a yummy mummy or just needs plain spoiling, show her how much you care with a gorgeous glammy Mother's Day gift